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for the fans,s energy they give me. i think this year at the olympics i went out there and when i got there in the heat, there was so much people in the stand that early in the morning. i was like, why -- every championship i've been to it's been like a few hundred people. a few people may come out and watch because it's track and field. but at london, early in the morning, everybody was out, like it was full from the morning session. for me, the energy i got in london was just wonderful. >> i was walking around london and all i could see was people do going like this. >> a lot of that going on. >> is the secret because you jamaicans are flying down every track at the moment, winning everything, is the secret yams? is there something in the jamaican yam? >> i think it may have something to do with yams. i used to have a lot of yams. but i don't eat that much now. i think i had too much when i was young. >> who are your heroes, sporting heroes? >> for me, michael johnson, don kory was one because he was a great runner. i remember watching maurice green, these guys with a lot of energy.
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and yoga to burn off energy. they can take non-perishables. it's a traveling camp that serves about 500 kids in the last two years. this camp in particular is tough. >> when we leave it's definitely hard because we are going back to our tv and our couch. this is a production like physically and emotionally. this is one of the hardest camps i've ever done. to be able to maneuver through a disaster and all the organizations on site. it's definitely a challenge. they we hope we can do this every weekend while here. >> although fema has 36 disaster recovery centers set up, many parents are frustrated with the federal government and express concerns to politicians at a new york townhall meeting. >> we go from one to another. we go to fema to homeowners insurance, they offered me $150. what can we do with that? i need to rebuild. >> when you go home and get to celebrate in a nice warm house, i have no electric, i have no heat. i don't even have sewage in the house. but the city comes and does an inspection, it's okay to live in. a joke. you wonder why people are mad. we are the people, the mi
will not cover fuel related claims. the l-a auto show continues this week and already, a number of energy efficient vehicles have made their debut. but a number of automakers are saving their best surprises for the north american international auto show in detroit in january. dave guilford is an editor for automotive news. "each auto show has their own hometown thing. la has asian automakers with headquarters in la, detroit has the big 3, in fact, chevy will rollout the new corvette at detroit, this year." not all of the energy-efficient vehicle news was let out of the bag in l-a. nissan says it'll reveal details of its leaf electric vehicle in detroit. word is that it will involve a price drop and an increased driving range per charge. a husband and wife are facing up 20 years in prison after being found guilty for stealing trade secrets while working at gm. the two are accused of stealing secrets on gm's hybrid car technology -- to share with car makers in china. general motors contends the the information was worth at least $40 million dollars. prosecutors for the couple argued--
? energy infrom struastructure di better. it got a d plus. the u.s. is spending money on the electrical grids and power plants. but according to the american society of civil engineers, that falls short billion. so what would the u.s. get for that $100 billion, an extra $11 billion every year. let me tell you, the american society of civil engineers say if you spentd the $11 million, this is a multiplying faeth, you get an extra $55 billion in economic output. it protect 461,000 jobs, generate $73 billion in disposable person income, and create $94 billion in business sales. michael is a senior national correspondent for "time" magazine and the author of "the new deal, the hidden story of change in the obama era." in his book, he argues for increased investment in energy infrastructure. welcome to the show. superstorm sandy lev 7.9 million people without power, some for weeks. you say the elect kctrical grid slowly improving. would any of the changes we're talking about had a different effect on what people in the northeast went through as a result of hurricane sando or are we talking a
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storms coming our way. we have the second and third wave of energy continuing tonight through saturday morning. it's going to linger for about two days. it's going to be the slowest of all the storm systems. as we head into sunday, the fourth and final storm system in our series of storms will arrive. and that's where we think river flooding could be the highest. as all this water will have nowhere to go. for some of you it's going to be worse than others. we'll start to see that rain increase up into the north bay. by 11:00 p.m., showers continuing to push to the south. i think we're going to hold off on some of that heaviest rainfall. it's going to get going again on your morning commute. unfortunately, not only rain, but wind. it could gust to 45 miles per hour. we'll hang on to some showers. as we head into sunday, still more lingering showers, that's where our flood concern comes in, by saturday evening we'll find the next wave of energy starting to move on in into the north bay. here's a look at some of those totals, again the north bay will have the highest concern of any kind o
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engineers gives u.s. infrastructure a grade of d. guess what? energy infrastructure did a bit better. it got a d-plus. the u.s. is spending money on the electrical grids and power plants. $566 billion by 2020. but according to the american society of civil engineers, that falls short by more than $100 billion. so what would the u.s. get. for that $100 billion an extra $11 billion every year? let me tell you, the american society of civil engineers says if you spend the $11 billion this is a multiplier effect, you get an extra $55 billion in economic output. it would protect 461,000 jobs. it would generate $73 billion in disposable personal income and create in disposable personal income. michael grunwald is the author of the new deal, the hidden story of change in the obama era. in his book, he argues for increased investment in energy infrastructure. mike, welcome to the show. you say that the electrical grid is slowly actually improving. we have any of that change, would any of these changes we're talking about have had a different effect on what the people in the northeast went through a
close enough to take most of the storm's energy and kick it up to the north by a couple hundred miles. will we see rainfall? yes. we will get wet on wednesday. a direct hit? no. flooding rainfall? no. most of the rain will stay to the north. could be flooding concerns for portland, south of medford. but, not for us. high pressure will deflect enough of the moisture away. we will get wet. not going to see a repeat of the flooding. not storm number 4. mainly dry through tuesday night. tomorrow a nice day to get outside. on and off rainfall on wednesday. after that, all of the models say several straight days of dry weather. beautiful california sunshine heading towards next weekend. always nice to look forward to next weekend. oakland, 5 degrees above average. normal high, 55. tomorrow, 64. union city, 62. san jose, 64, sunny valley, partly sunny, 63. dublin, pleasant hill,y low 60s, lows 60s for kentfield, san francisco, 61, 63 degrees, tomorrow, monday forecast is dry. tuesday, cloudier, still dry, though. wednesday, we will see reason. especially up north. another inch of rainfall. s
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card. one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. >>> in wyoming, authorities are investigating the deaths of three people at two crime scenes in a bizarre case. lisa sylvester's monitoring that and some of the other top stories in "the situation room" right now. lisa, what do you have? >> hi there, joe. here's what we know. police responded this morning to the call of a campus in eastern wyoming. they say a sharp edged weapon was involved. when it was all over, three people were dead including a college faculty member and the suspect who died of an apparent suicide. authorities say all three victims knew each other. and if you take a generic form of the popular drug lipitor, you want to take note. the foo
company. go long. insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. >>> news just in to cnn. police in missouri are investigating two deadly shootings. they say the shootings involve a kansas city chief's football player, and his girlfriend. we'll bring you the details on this story as we get them. >>> now dr. sanjay gupta with this week's "human factor." >> i started gymnastics when i was 9 years old and i was watching the 1984 olympics and it spoke to me as if it was like broadcasted directly to me. and i immediately took the cushions off the couch and started jumping around. >> reporter: joseph's foray into olympics got serious after that. just two years later he r
the governor. >> they have their own tax policies energy costs, property taxes which is a local issue as opposed to the state issue that they have to account for. if we can stop competition, we should do it. but, we don't have those things. it is not an even playing field. let me give you another example. my republican governor colleagues want to see medicaid blocked. almost all of my democratic colleagues don't want to see it done. most of the democrats represent state that is will not enter into a race to the bottom when it comes to medical benefits. connecticut is never going to act as one legislature did in a state to deny a kidney transplant to somebody whose life will be saved by it. if you block grant it, you have a bunch of states that are not going to do this or this. there are states that are trapped. they wouldn't tolerate putting someone to death over a bad kidney. this is a serious argument. we can all talk about how we compare ourselves. understand, underlying all of that is we are not comparable. >> i actually think you are making a really, you are giving me a great ope
think. for me, i really just enjoy performing for the fans,s energy they give me. i think this year at the olympics i went out there and when i got there in the heat, there was so much people in the stand that early in the morning. i was like, why -- every championship i've been to it's been like a few hundred people. a few people may come out and watch because it's track and field. but at london, early in the morning, everybody was out, like it was full from the morning session. for me, the energy i got in london was just wonderful. >> i was walking around london and all i could see was people do going like this. >> a lot of that going on. >> is the secret because you jamaicans are flying down every track at the moment, winning everything, is the secret yams? is there something in the jamaican yam? >> i think it may have something >>> i have to tell you about an awful bus crash today at the miami international airport. a tour bus smashed into an overpass too low for the bus to clear. two people are dead tonight.
. and somehow it will convert that to energy and even surplus energy to the battery. >> self sustaining. >> how does it know what his car car bridge and was not? >> i was able to use artificial intelligence. >> one man's trash is another man's treasure. and somebody could say stuff i was saving that. >> but this is part of the plan. half it is lovely, and how exciting for you was this? >> i was very surprised. >> 10-15 kids. it >> correct. >> this was a competition that was for the kids to to be chosen to open the exhibit. we chose three different groups, three different inventions for exhibition. and on this ongoing basis we have an invention the station. at the exhibit when visitors, they can draw their own inventions, their own greed the machines in submit those. in the first 10 days we have received 300 submissions. on a monthly basis we will use those for a drawing but for jack, we will actually be putting it on exhibition it is a very exciting way for us to interact. >> that is fantastic. jack, how long have you been thinking about doing this? >> the idea was fresh. perhaps the same week.
, telecom, utilities. a lots of people play dividend at the end of the year. energy and materials a little bit deceptive. for example, energy has only been up a few of the last decembers. it's had a couple of real terrific decembers. i want to note there's only one sector that's averaged down in december for ten years. believe it or not, it is tech which obviously had a terrible 2002 but also had a particularly terrible 2009. you can get some real volatility in the tech sector. >> you really have to look at the last ten years trading performance in some of these before you make a decision. >>> one of the big stories rolling out throughout the day -- a november to remember for the automakers. carmakers revving up some big sales but some of it was because of super storm sandy. our phil lebeau is behind t wheel in chicago. >> we knew this would be a better than expected november and look at these numbers. generally speaking with a few exceptions, all of the automakers reported better than expected results last month. gm being one of the exceptions, being just a little bit below expectations.
of energy. more than the last one that went through and it's going to have a big impact on the friday morning commute. tomorrow morning look where the rain is, sitting up north. it's still up in the russian river drainage basin at noon. that basin is about 60 miles along. look what happens at 7:00. from 12:00 to 7:00 it's still sitting there raining. i wouldn't be surprised to see a flood advisory in the north bay. when we come back i'm going to take you all through your bay area week. this is something to watch. this rain sitting there that long. >>> first lady michelle obama unveiled the white house christmas decorations today and she said this year's theme is joy for all. >> the joy of giving and service to others. the joy of sharing our blessings with one another and the joy of welcoming our friends and families into our homes over the next several weeks. >> the guests were military families and their children. this year the white house has 54 christmas trees. the largest tree features decorations made by children who's parents are stationed over seas. >> if we're luck enough to b
schiller index and energy is booming. new drilling methods are generating jobs and growth. 1.7 million jobs created, 2.5 million jobs creed up over the next year and added up americans see better times ahead, why consume are confidence is at a four-year high. i know, i know, i know. it's not strong nup enough, i agree. it's fragile, you're right. just this week the organization for economic development downgraded its economic forecast and we need to make sure congress doesn't drive us off the fiscal cliff so evidence is mounting. now is it time for the gop to reposition itself to get in on a brightening economic picture? want to bring in two conservative cnn contributors, anna navarro in cambridge, massachusetts and will cain here with me. republicans lost with a campaign focused on what they turned as a failed obama economy. is it time for them to change their message on the economy? >> well, look, i'm happy you're talking about the economy because i think the lesson that too many republicans and democrats for that matter are taking from this election is it's all about demographics. the re
're feeling a little slow, ♪ ♪ then 5-hour energy will help you go. ♪ ♪ so buy a bottle of pink lemonade and ♪ ♪ you can help fight breast cancer today. ♪ >> shepard: baseball writers of america set toe decide a question asked for decades. do players suspected of using performance enhancing drugs deserve to be in the hall of fame? earlier today, three players widely suspected of using steroids made it under -- on to the ballot for the first time. barry bonds, pitching great roger clemens and sammy sosa. based on numbers alone each should be a lock for coopers town. but allegations of drug use have seriously damaged their chances. and now the folks who will be voting are faced with what could be their most controversial decision since the hall of fame banished the legendary pete rose. trace gallagher has. this trace, are the baseball writers indicating how they might vote here? >> well, the one i spoke with today, shep, rosenthal from fox sports. he was very adamant about saying that he will not vote for roger clemens, barry bonds, or sammy sosa. but he even took it a step further s
want to shoot and kill dolphins? they're searching for a killer. energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy development comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are committed to safely and responsibly providing generations of cleaner-burning energy for our country, drilling thousands of feet below fresh water sources within self-contained well systems. and, using state-of-the-art monitoring technologies, rigorous practices help ensure our operations are safe and clean for our communities and the environment. we're america's natural gas. >>> dolphins. playful, smart, friendly. why would anyone want to shoot and kill them? that's a question investigators are asking after at least six dolphins were tortured and killed along the northern gulf coast. ed lavandera reports on the search now for those responsible. >> reporter: to reach the crime scenes, you need to catch a ride and take a guide. this island we see off to the left is deer island where you found two of them? >> that's correct. >> reporter: a harrison county, mississippi, sheriff's helicopter and
a wave of energy at the senate that says are the democrats in the senate going to be owe obstructionist none of these good ideas, none of these reforms, efforts to save money, are going to get there. after a couple weeks that begins to build pressure on the senate. what's right now is, the republicans are surrounded by the news media and the democrats who are creating an artificial standard, and basically saying, if you don't sell out on taxes, you're bad people. well, i don't think they should accept that standard asset by liberals who are proving, as u just pointed out in the president's thing tonight, they want to spend more money. they're not about to do anything that helps with the deficit. they want higher taxes to spend even more money to put even more power in washington, d.c. to have an even bigger bureaucracy. >> greta: all right. let me tell you one other thing that i thought was surprising today. secretary of treasury tim geithner proposed limiting purview over the federal borrowing limit, which is another way of saying give the president, any future president, give the pres
of these will spin out of the clean energy industry. sustained government investment in industries of the future, i think, is important. >> i was going to say if china is becoming more expensive because people are asking for higher wages, didn't we see the same thing when japan was a low-wage country, hong kong, isn't there always going to be a country like bangladesh with lower wages that production will shift, too? >> possibly, except china is so much a category of its own. the scale is the biggest in the world. the infrastructure is unique. you want to move things to burma, you have new airports in burma, you have no ports, no supply base. and so there is a particular category that china has. they are working out their problems. part is moving to china. but, also, i think things will come back to the u.s., too. >> so, sam was talking about clean energy. >> yep. >> and we've certainly seen barnicle talk for some time how the united states needs to catch up with china. they're making a huge investment. but let's talk about dirty energy. >> yes. >> only because we have such a revolution coming in t
island. >> it is fun. they shared their story and arts and crafts and zoomba and burn off their energy and take nonperishables from a distribution center. >> these kids are hero to me. what they have gone through i couldn't go through this time of year. >> many parents are expressing concerns to politicians in a new door town hall meeting. >> we go to home openers and fem a. home opener's insurance offered me $150 what can i do with that. fema ain't doing nothing. denied. denied. >> evacuees say this time of entertainment and fellowship is much needed. >> i am happy and you could see it in their eyes and they want to come back and they know better. >> in this distribution center is exive and partners can pick up nonperishables. >> what are they happening out. meals ready to eat and diapers and baby formula and even tools. the distribution center and camp is only what is going on in gate way academy. they have transformed sunday school classroom in dorm rooms and housed 250 volunteers in the northeast since super storm sandep hit. thank you very much. good to see you. >> and the sailors
. >> i interviewed zucker the other day he said he believes cnn needs more energy and passion. >> what he's going to bring to television journalism is what's really needed. he's going to bring a vision and a voice. to cnn he's going to bring a voice. he'll zero in just like he did in all his years at nbc in the news division. >> is cnn lacking a voice? >> i believe it is. when you watch cnn here in washington and cnn in new york, it's like you're watching three different networks. that's going to change. he's also going to bring a blank check. jeff knows how to spend money. >> somebody's got to give him the checkbook. >> he wouldn't have taken this job if he didn't have a blank check to change things. >> i'm passionate and i'll jump out of my chair doing it if that's what it takes. cnn desperately needs a voice. the voice is already there. it's built in. it just needs to be imply fam m amplified. >> you know that zucker will be up against the cautious culture of an atlanta base network that have stuck to a traditional fuse format. i believe he will blow that up. it's going to be scary to
of energy. >> reporter: volunteers take her out as much as possible. >> good girl. >> reporter: but now managers of this shelter and five others in santa clara county hope a new offer will convince someone to take dogs like her home for good. >> we're putting all of our adult animals on sale for $12. >> reporter: more than $100 off for dogs, and $75 off for cats. the sales pitch has worked on miguel rivera and his pregnant wife wendy. ready to add a baby and a dog to the family. >> a special there, any dog for $12. we just kind of made a dog happy today. >> reporter: at this shelter, it's exactly what they want for the holidays. this little guy is christopher. he's one of 500 animals they keep at this shelter alone. we asked why they see dogs dropped off or abandoned this time of year. often people just can't afford to take care of them. >> there are six shelters taking part in this special sale. their goal is to adopt out 1200 animals. >>> the annual christmas tree lighting took lace this even at the state capital. as part of the state's tradition, many of the ornaments were madeby chi
are on the rise and another pulse of energy pointing its way right at northern california. it will be the fourth pulse of heavy wind, rain and snow coming into this area over a five-day period. look at some of the damage out of oakland. a number of homes damaged because of flooding and rains there. roads damaged as well this is widespread, across the bay area, southern parts of oregon, just the infrastructure can't handle this moisture and underwashing some of these roadways. rescues, high water rescues yesterday and over the weekend. you can just imagine when some of these small streams come up and over the roadways, if you're driving through them people get stuck. the crews are brought in to try to get the job done and folks to safety. across napa valley, incredible flooding there. the napa valley seeing some of its worst rainfall in years. look at these numbers. petrolia, california, over 17 inches. bridgeville, 15 inches. that's an incredible amount of rain. to see that much rainfall is truly remarkable. we are seeing more in the way of rainfall across seattle and portland it has stopped for
. the turks are heavily dependent on iranian energy. asked about gold sales to iran, the u.s. treasury department told cnn anyone who helps the iranian government acquire dollars or gold could be punished with american economic sanctions. but don't expect that to stop iran from finding ways around the u.s.-led blockade. >> even the most powerful states have limited power in controlling international transactions and international trade. and in the case of iran and turkey is an indication of that. >> reporter: it's not clear if iran and turkey are still swapping oil for gold. but taking a page from history, iran is likely to continue using techniques honed in the grand bazaar like bartering to keep its economy alive. ivan watson, cnn, istanbul. >>> just about everything in the u.s. military is regimened and tightly controlled. after the david petraeus scandal and other u.s. generals, does the u.s. military need more than just a review of the rules? let's go to our pentagon correspondent barbara starr. what's going on? >> you know, wolf, with so many officers misbehaving these days, in f
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no sense to punish pun palestinian committed to a peaceful solution. it now needs to put its energies into forging commitments to restart the peace talks. >> i think that's critical. the next two months, how we react to this, obviously congress may well try to eliminate all aid to the palestinian authority. that has its own problems in terms of driving them towards potential bankruptcy. israel has potential weapon in withholding tax revenue, collects on behalf of the palestinians. the best outcome here would be the united states goes well, we regret this, let's move on. and then the other aspect would, standing up immediately after this, but today in the u.n. and and say, i'm prepared to go into negotiations without preconditions. if you get those three, you know, legs of the stool, now you have something to kind of work with, if otherwise if everyone takes their own unilateral action you come out of this again, empowering hamas. >> p.j., where is the white house on this? i mean, you know, the keystone has been removed from the entire process. as you know, you know, the palestinian/is
sarda bonvehi representing the company. huge step toward energy independence and a big bird to russia. one big problem. the company doesn't know anything about it. turns out that jordy doesn't actually work for that company. he's the bald gentleman in this shot. take a good look at this guy. we don't know what his real name is. it appears he's a con man who was able to get through multiple rounds and rounds and rounds of negotiations and a televised appearance for a $1 billion deal without detection. i mean, that's kind of incredible. you have got to give the guy that. in fact, on the surface, this seems like a mirror image of one of the most infamous swindles in history, when victor lustig posed as a corrupt government official and sold the eiffel tower to scrap metal companies. back then, he got money. he got the money from sales and additional political bribes. years later, he even pulled a scam on al capone. yes. he swindled al capone out of $5,000 of money. adjust that for inflation. to quote bill clinton, that takes a lot of brass. and a lot of smarts, which is something that ou
to be dwindling. lots of empty chairs, lots of empty tents. the noise and the energy seems to be tailing off a little bit. and at least some people look a little dejected and demoralized. >> i feel very bad actually. >> egyptian sad. >> reporter: they're sad? >> egyptian sad. >> i'm nervous. i'm very nervous. i'm very upset. >> reporter: other the past 48 hours there seems to be a shift in momentum away from the opposition factions and in favor of the president and his supporters. on saturday there were big demonstrations in favor of morsi. more than 100,000 people showed up in cairo. other big demonstrations elsewhere in egypt ap thnd own sunday the top court canceled a hearing where they were set to vote on the constitutionality of president morsi's decrees and the special panel that drafted the constitution. the judges said when they tried to enter the courthouse, pro-morsi demonstrators had blocked the entrances chanting sow begans against them. the judges said they feared for their safety and they suspended the hearings. no word on if or when they will be rescheduled. if they would have
's the third shark attack since october. >> if you are looking for more energy efficient lights you can get them free today, just turn in your old ones. for each strand turned in you can get a free strand of led lights, only while supplies last. it's happening at 11:00 o'clock. to be eligible you must bring a copy of your pg&e bill and prove the area you live in. >>> the holiday lighting ceremony has been postponed due to the weather. it's the first time in 24 hers, it had been scheduled to take place at five. officials have not said if or when the event will be rescheduled. >> more than 100,000 people are expected to line the streets of downtown oakland today. it's more the 13th yearly america's children's holiday parade. they are going to be marching bands, drill teams and -- just some of the floats and santa will come. it starts at two on broadway from 11th to 20th street. we will host that parade and maybe we will get dry patch of weather so -- people have come out -- no matter what the weather. >> have fun. >> thank you. >> and today is world aids day. a quiet event in san francis
patrol. >> this vehicle would be able to come on site and provide your staff with energy, resources and the ability to communicate with the pg&e office and to communicate with first responders. the media, and any other necessary entity that would need the information as we are making updates. it is also a great way for us to make communication with our customers. >> this mobile command vehicle saw saw duty on the east coast in the wake of hurricane sandy. another was deployed recently during a massive power outage at candlestick park. >> at one point today...nearly 100-thousand pg&e customers were without power. right now...that 2,750 are power-less. the most outages the north bay. >> 1500 15-hundred are in the dark there. 600 east bay customers have no power. 500 on the peninsula. 100 in the south bay and 50 customers are without power in san francisco. >> stay with kron-4 as we continue to track the storm. with updates also available on kron4.com, along with our facebook and twitter pages. no decision on the fate of same-sex marriage in california. the quartz room not anno
their hands on energy drinks like the ones you are looking at. >> suffolk county board of health urging to ban the sale of them to anyone under the age of 19. drinks are loaded with caffeine and other ingredients bad for your health. that could create controversy. a spokesman for the american beverage association says coffee houses should then be forced to card people before selling coffee or tea. you knew it was going to end up causing a bunch of ruckus. scene out of jaws. instead of sharks it's killer whales. >> oh my god. oh -- [. >> they went under the boat. >> a group of killer whales giving these kayakers a scare of a lifetime. swimming under them. no word where this was filmed. looks like these kayakers are just fine, we hope. we don't know where the video ended up. >> that is fantastic. let's talk a little sports now. indianapolis colts first round pick andrew luck having a heck of a lot of success in his first nfl season despite losing him to the pros. stanford able to do something even luck couldn't get them to. get to the rose bowl. stanford taking on ucla, the pac-12 championship o
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employees engaged is a positive energy very it you have to stroke off the holiday shopping on the clock for the next few weeks. >> when you do your work is not important but the fact that it is done. workers you should listen to your knees. you should slow down. or you should just lie down. come what may the holiday is here and you should do your job and live your life. when the going gets tough never do what i do. >> san jose earthquake strikers have been named the mvp of soccer. his 27 goals tied the season. he won 90 percent of the boats and 97% from the media. congratulations to him. >> 8:52 a.m.. >> we will help you get out the door as we continue to look at the weather. do not forget that 10:00 dr. phil will be talking to 18 to see who is the best celebrity babysitter. you will find out after the kron 4 news. mls take a look of the seven they are around the bay forecast. the biggest thing is is it going to rain? it probably will line the way home from work and tomorrow morning it will be a real washed out. saturday and sunday throughout the region you also have worked rain. the he
to the sport. when he left europe, people were not quite sure he would get up all the energy in the united states. there were less than 12 teams. now there is almost double that. what is his legacy here in the united states when it comes to soccer? >> reporter: part of it is just what you said, deb, that there are now more teams, also, soccer was sort of -- well, in the back waters sort of. the games were being played in the nfl, football, stadiums, if you look behind me the home depot center, it is a soccer only stadium, very intimate, great setting. now, there were only four stadiums in the mls that were soccer only. beckham leaves? and that number will soon swell to 15. so that is considered to be a remarkable achievement by beckham, or at least it happened during his era, granted people are saying soccer would naturally grow in the u.s. anyway. >> just say hello for me, he doesn't know who i am. >> reporter: i promise. >> okay, it is a mission, go ahead, go. >>> well, a guy walks into a maryland store for a powerball ticket, but instead of tossing it in the trash like most people who p
energy with this. 80-mile-an-hour wind gusts near lake tahoe. 72-mile-per-hour wind costs in carson city. winds have been damaging. rainfall excessive. they are looking for a ton more. pin crest california, over six inches. here is the radar filling in across san francisco. a little bit of rain there. notice it turns to snow at the highest elevation. this is the second of three waves. one came through yesterday. the third on sunday. another one behind that on tuesday. tremendous amount of rain with this. could see over ten inches in some spots. one to three inches of snow. it's not a huge help. east of mississippi is looking good. chilly in up state new york. snow across northern new england. by the way, last day of hurricane season. thank goodness. >> yeah! that's a cause for celebration. >> absolutely. >> thank you. appreciate that. 51 minutes past the hour. a packed hour including the wall before the fiscal cliff. a top republican laughing at the white house plan saying it's big on taxes, sketchy on cuts. more on the deadlock that could cost all of us as those holiday bills come in. w
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